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  1. Video for Govt challenged to open xmas purse strings for needy
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    Govt challenged to open xmas purse strings for needy

    The manager of MUMA Whānau Ora says they are unable to meet the demand of whānau coming to Ngā Whare Waatea Marae in South Auckland to receive emergency food parcels.  Veronica Henare says hundreds will go without this festive season and is challenging the government to open its purse strings to help.

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    Whānau Ora surplus questions raised at TPK review

    Te Puni Kōkiri appeared before the Māori Affairs Select Committee today for its annual review where questions were raised about the allocation of surplus funds under the Whānau Ora scheme.

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    Marsden funding secured for Whānau Ora project

    Dr Aroha Harris of the University of Auckland and Dr Melissa Williams, an independent researcher and university alumni, have won $622,000 in Marsden funding for their project, which looks at Māori whānau and the struggle for whānau well-being across the twentieth century.

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    Whānau Ora providers call for increased funding

    The findings of the Whānau Ora review are due to be released shortly, and supporters of the scheme want funding to continue, saying it has helped more than 45, 000 families. 

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    Kaumātua concerns highlighted in new report

    The North Island Whānau Ora Commissioning Agency, Te Pou Matakana, has commissioned a study into the needs and wellbeing of Kaumātua.

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    Change could be on the cards for Whānau Ora

    Minister Peeni Henare says changes could be on the cards for Whānau Ora following a review undertaken by the government. Dame Tariana Turia hopes the Minister continues to fund the programme given it has helped more than 45,000 families.

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    Tamihere says Māori are discriminated against by PHOs

    Te Pou Matakana CE John Tamihere says Māori are being discriminated against by Primary healthcare professionals and not being cared for as they should.

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    Health Minister backs Whānau Ora investment call

    Health Minister David Clark agrees health and education need investment for Māori outcomes following comments by Whānau Ora Minister Peeni Henare that there was a lack of investment from officials in Whānau Ora.

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    Ministers' lack of interest a barrier for Whānau Ora

    Minister of Whānau Ora Peeni Henare says a lack of invested interest from the Ministers of Health and Education is proving to be a barrier and he's making their inclusion a priority

  10. Video for Forty-five people to graduate with Whānau Ora diploma
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    Forty-five people to graduate with Whānau Ora diploma

    Today forty-five people working for Whānau Ora organisations are set to graduate with a Diploma of Whānau Ora at the Holiday Inn in Mangere, South Auckland.

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